This is the fourth part of El Nido Islands & Beaches series. Now, I’m going to feature Seven Commandos and Pinagbuyutan Island.
Seven Commandos Island was named after the 7 commandos who lived in the island, their names printed on the rocks at the island. El Nido is known for beaches and island views, And 7 Commando never fail to show it. It may not be the best beach in the Philippines, but it can hold Its own. A typical crystal clear water, white sand island, Fresh Buko is available within the island. A good way to refresh yourself from scorching sun while enjoying the views.
Pinagbuyutan Islands is one of the most outstanding El Nido landscapes. It is one of the most striking islands in El Nido because of its shape, pure limestone walls and white sand. It is possible to have picnic lunch at the beach area. If you do not know how to swim, just stay close to the shore because it has a deep part just few meters away from the shore.
For the last part of this series, I’ll be featuring the Nacpan and Calitang beach.
Check the following for previous entries of this series:
Part 1: Small Lagoon and Big Lagoon
Part 2: Secret Lagoon and Cudugnon Cave
Part 3: Snake Island and Shimizu Island